|Note - These tables are only a guide, and a fairly loose guide at that. A tremendous number of variables exist between jurisdictions. It's a national embarrassment, actually, that you can't run the same configuration at maximum load from coast to coast. What you see here will give you an idea of what is allowed on a similar configuration across the country. We've gone with a tandem spread of 2.0 meters or less, and a tridem spread of 3.6 meters or less. But don't quote us on this. Please check the local regulations before you leave. A list of applicable websites appears at the end of the story. - Ed.
||(1) Atlantic Canada weight estimates are taken from the Guide to the Agreement on Uniform Vehicle Weights and Dimensions Limits in Atlantic Canada, Oct. 2001
(2) Ontario weights estimates taken "Vehicle Weight and Dimension Limits in Ontario," published by Carrier Safety and Enforcement Branch, Ontario Ministry of Transportation; June 2002, Tandem p.64; Tridem p. 67; B-train p. 77